This week for my Tanka Tuesday Challenge, I've done something a little different. I'm participating in a Facebook Event called, Authors Against Domestic Violence, October 4, 2018, with D. G. Kaye, Writer.com (Debby Gies) at 5:30 PM MST. Sharon Johnson is the event organizer. (All times listed are EST) Here's what she shares: Come join … Continue reading “Goddesses Unite!” A Double Tanka
Parade of Nations
The prompt was “Parade of Nations…” 99 words, no more, no less. Have a read! ❤
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Step aside or join in the march — it’s a parade of nations coming through! Parades move forward with noisy color and colorful sounds, twirling the senses, often giving candy and vitality to bystanders. Nations can demonstrate such vibrancy when they come together, celebrating culture with joy.
Writers took to the parade street this week and traveled the globe (which is not all that difficult given the many time zones we all write from).
The following is based on the September 20, 2018, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story about a parade of nations.
PART I (5-minute read)
Her Family of Cultures by Sascha Darlington
This job at the university laboratory was a stepping stone. She’d get her master’s and then a career. Unexpectedly, her international colleagues became part of her new family.
A Chinese woman taught her joy despite suffering.
A Polish man taught…
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